Duke Translational Medicine Institute

MURDOCK Study expanding in China Grove, Landis

January 31, 2015

By Emily Ford KANNAPOLIS — Landis residents John and Linda French live just a few miles from the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, where Duke University runs the MURDOCK Study, a long-term health research project. Ever since learning about the MURDOCK Study several years ago, the Frenches have wanted to enroll. They’ve never missed […]

Google X’s Newest Breakthrough Endeavor (and How Duke Is Involved)

January 08, 2015

By Ibanca Anand, @IbancaAnand Read original article as published on Excitevent. A policeman is observing his night duty when he notices a man searching for something under a lamppost. He approaches the man and asks what the matter is, and the man informs him that he’s lost his keys. After several minutes of looking together, the […]

Newly Expanded Eligibility for PPS

February 14, 2014

February 14, 2014 Murdock Study The Duke Translational Medicine Institute-MURDOCK Study team is excited to announce an expansion to one of our on-going studies. The Physical Performance Study (https://www.murdock-study.com/new-studies/physical-performance-cohort) under the thought leadership of Principal Investigator Dr. Miriam Morey, Professor of Medicine at the Duke University School of Medicine and Co-Directorof the Duke Older Americans […]

Duke, Cabarrus Health Alliance To Change The Course of Diabetes Treatment

June 09, 2012

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid awarded $9.7 million to Duke University to coordinate a three-year program that aims to improve Type 2 diabetes care and management, health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs in the Southern United States. As part of that program, Cabarrus County through the Cabarrus Health Alliance will receive $1.8 million, which will […]

Cabarrus Health Alliance receives $1.8 million grant for Type 2 diabetes

May 30, 2012

by Emily Ford, Salisbury Post Link to original article KANNAPOLIS — The Cabarrus Health Alliance will receive $1.8 million from Duke University as part of a federal grant to help improve Type 2 diabetes care and reduce the cost of managing the disease. The award will create seven new jobs in Cabarrus County, including community […]